|Howard Hawks' "HIS GIRL FRIDAY" movie trailer (1940)|
The original movie trailer of the comedy classic inspired by a play by Ben Hecht which was brought to the screen a couple of other times, with far less "panache", to say the least. More info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032599/
Keywords: His; girl; friday; howard; hawks; rosalind; russel; Cary; grant; ben; hecht; ralph; bellamy
|Ralph Brooke's "BLOODLUST!" (1961) movie trailer|
A bunch of innocent people is kidnapped on an island by a crazed hunter who wishes to extend his skills on human game for a change (notably known as "the most dangerous" one). Yes, you've guess where Dr Balleau took the idea from, none other than Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack's 1932 classic. The shadow of Count Zaroff is all over this 1961 kind of remake. Not as valuable, by far, but worth a quick look, like this original movie trailer, for instance...
Keywords: bloodlust; movie; trailr; horror; suspens; ralph; brooke
|NIGHT MONSTER trailer|
A Universal horror that's more mystery than horror. Lugosi and Atwill have co-star billing, but they're really in supporting roles. An okay second feature that's worth 72 minutes.
Keywords: movie trailers; mysteries; whodunits; horror; Bela Lugosi; Lionel Atwill; Leif Erickson; Irene Hervey; Ralph Morgan
|THE WHITE COUNTESS trailer|
A Merchant/Ivory drama set in Shanghai during the late '30s. Haven't seen it, but I plan to. IMDB rating 6.7 CAST NOTE: Natasha Richardson was Vanessa Redgrave's daughter and Lynn Redgrave's niece. Natasha died in 2009 as the result of a skiing accident.
Keywords: movie trailers; dramas; romantic dramas; historical dramas; Ralph Fiennes; Natasha Richardson; Vanessa Redgrave
|S.O.S. Clipper (Desperate Cargo) (1941) 1080p|
Directed by William Beaudine, starring Ralph Byrd, Carol Hughes and Jack Muhall. A gang of thieves hijack a clipper seaplane in midair, and it's up to Tony Bronson to stop them.
Keywords: s.o.s. clipper; sos clipper; nuray; nuray pictures; 1941; action; adventure; Puerta Nueva; Ralph Byrd; Carol Hughes; Jack Muhall; Tony Bronson; William Beaudine